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CNN
Jan 19, 2013 5:00am PST
that lance armstrong set the tone and it was the expectation that many of them, if they were to consider to be the top riders on his team, that they would be expected and required to use the performance-enhancing drugs. we heard from one of his former teammates earlier this week. >> a lot of -- a lot of us tried to tell this story to the world more than a decade ago. and the ones who did just got annihilated by lance armstrong. >> you know, victor, that kind of speaks to what exactly -- one of the major reasons why this interview has garnered so much attention this week, not simply that lance armstrong denied using performance-enhancing drugs for so long, but the manner in which he went after many of the people who, in many cases, didn't necessarily didn't want to come forward but were compelled to come forward because they had been is upped and forced to testify under oath. that's how a lot of this started coming to light. lance armstrong vigorously attacked those people over the years. that is what has been the hardest for many people to accept and don't necessarily buy into the fact t
CNN
Jan 13, 2013 5:00am PST
you very much. >>> tomorrow, lance armstrong is expected to sit down with with oprah winfrey at his home in texas, and he may finally spill the beeps. "usa today" says he may admit to using performance enhancing drugs throughout his career. he has vigorously denied using drugs, but his fans are hoping to hear an admission and an apolog apology. >> better late than never. it is bad that he did it to start with, but come clean so to speak. >> now that he is dropped from the cycling world, it won't hurt him, and this is going to soften up and maybe his admission of the he does admit it, it will bring him back into the cycling world. >> of course, armstrong has not admitted to anything yet, and the interview with oprah is set to air on her network on thursday. >>> relatives of computer proprogeny aaron schwartz say they are in shock after learning of his suicide. the 26-year-old hang ed himself in his brooklyn apartment. he helped develop rss when he was 14. he was facing federal fraud charges based on millions of stolen articles from m.i.t. he had denied the claims. >>> it is unseasona
CNN
Jan 19, 2013 7:00am PST
with sports now and scandals. in a two-part interviewer, lance armstrong opened up to oprah winfrey in a stunning and frank discussion about his years of doping while he was a member of the u.s. postal service cycling team. when asked why he decided to come clean after a decade of denials, he told oprah he did it for his 13-year-old son. >> when this all really started, i saw my son defending me and saying, "that's not true, what you're saying about my dad is not true." and it almost guess to the question of why now. he can't -- yeah. that's when i knew i had to tell him. >> a more defiant armstrong came through when he talked about his lifetime ban and his desire to return to racing. >> do i want to compete again? >> uh-huh. >> the answer's hell yes. i'm a competitor. it's what i've done my whole life. i love to train. i love to race, i love it tow the line. if i was -- and i don't expect it to happen. >> and of course twitter has been on fire all week with reactions to armstrong's confession. david walsh, the journalist who actually first raised questions about lance armstrong bac
CNN
Jan 19, 2013 4:30am PST
-part interview with oprah winfrey, fallen cycling great, lance armstrong, confessed that not a single one of his seven tour de france wins was done without the help of a banned substance. and for his millions of fans around the world who believed him, armstrong shared this message. >> i understand your anger, your sense of betrayal. you supported me forever, through all of this, and you believed, and i lied to you. and i'm sorry. and i will spend -- i will spend, and i am committed to spending, as long as i have to to make amends. knowing full well that i won't, i won't get very many back. >> president obama's second inaugural won't have quite the same glitter as that historic first one, but just as in 2009, they will be very busy this inaugural weekend. nearly a million people are expected for the swearing in and the parade on monday. all of it taking place under very tight security. and that all starts today. the president and vice president joe biden will take part in a community clear project. by example, both are urging americans to take part in the national day of service, which pays tribu
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